Hybridized noun, a feeling of desperate, predatory hunger, such as that felt by a monstrous raven, looming over a subdued animal that it intends to enjoy as its next meal.
Ravening is also a t-shirt, featuring a graphic image to fit this irregular definition.
The shirt is made in the U.S.A. because, although we [...]
In his book The Case for Christ, Lee Strobel plays out a pantomime of skeptical inquiry, asking what he thinks to be “the hard questions” about the supposed divinity of the character Jesus Christ, smiling and nodding at Christian theologians’ pat answers, and asking you to smile and nod along with him on the path [...]
It’s sad, but true: tales of protest don’t always end with “and then you win.”
A couple of weeks ago, Rowan summed up the hopelessness that plagues many progressive activists with a poster reworking Gandhi’s old slogan to read, “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you die.”
The idea of a tea party protest has changed from no taxation without representation in 1776 to no taxation or representation today. [...]